, slow-melting leftovers from the last glacial retreat, shows beneath some rock piles.
The ball of dirty ice
and rock was detected on April 25 by Deep Impact's Medium Resolution Instrument on the very first attempt.
When comparing seals identified in overlapping imagery from the two aerial survey altitudes, we found that 22-24% of seals counted in the low-altitude (high-resolution) imagery either were not detected or were dismissed as shadows or dirty ice in counts of the high-altitude imagery.
Shore-based observers had the advantage of a three-dimensional "live" view of seals and were able to distinguish between actively moving seals and shadows or dirty ice, although this advantage probably diminished with distance.
There's Buns Class With Darren, Dirty Ice
Sculpture Carving With Fabrice, and of course, the unscheduled hot tub daisy chain that just happens spontaneously.
While it's a stretch to say that dirty ice
is the scourge of the century (we'll leave it up to the TV news stations to make that claim), ice can carry salmonella, E.
Comets - frozen balls of dirty ice
, rocks and dust - are leftover building blocks of the solar system after a cloud of gas and dust condensed to form the sun and planets 4.
The dirty ice
is then flushed from the water main and the water is sampled and put back into supply.
He believes that a half-metre-thick layer of dry soil may cover a layer of dirty ice
, preventing the ice from evaporating into space.
The Queen's last Derby runner was Church Parade in 1981, the colt running well to be fifth, almost occupying the same postcode as Shergar, just another chunk of dirty ice
in the comet's tail.
Because it can bore through dirty ice
, IceMole might also be useful on comet missions to investigate their porosity and chemical makeup, Dachwald said.
Shocked inspectors also discovered filthy pool tiles, dirty ice
machines, "heavily soiled" draught beer lines and human hair in an ice-maker on Cunard's flagship liner.